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for that matter
are a problem.
kind solve It weH.
They are made In a
variety of weights
and qualities for bays
or girls and for winter
as well as summer wear.
We keep the GENUINE
stamped on the foot
"ST. JOE KNIT"
Every box bears the
trade mark shown
below. Ask for
" f f g h
For sale by J. H. GALLEY
505 Eleventh Street COLUMBUS, NEB.
10c Candy Counter
Nothing Over IOg per Pound.
Post Cards, lc each; 10c per dozen
"" A GASTRONOMIC JOY.
Old English Recip For the Famous
Soupe a la Crecy.
In the "Illustrated London Cookery
Book." by Frederick Bishop, late cui
siner to St. James palace. Earl "Grey,
the Marquis of Stafford. Baron Roth
schild. Earl Xorbury. Captain Dun
combe and many of the first families
of Great Britain (1S52). we find this
recipe for soupe a la Crecy:
"Cut half a pound of leau ham in
dice, three onions, four turnips, twelve
carrots (the outer side red ouly), a head
of celery, a fagot of sweet herbs, two
blades of mace, sis cloves, a bay leaf
and half a pound of salt butter. Fry
all down in a stewpan until they get a
little brown: then add some second
stock and stew until all the roots are
quite tender: then rub it through a
tammy sieve or tammy cloth with two
long spoons. If very thick add more
stock. Season with cayenne and black
pepper and salt and a good bit of sug
ar. Send up on a napkin some nice
fried bread cut in small dice and not
This is far less elaborate than It
sounds and is. indeed, in the main the
recognized recipe for the royal soup.
The spice is. if anything, a trifle over
done, and the carrots want to be well
chosen, as the slightest stringiness de
stroys the homogeneity of the com
pound. The bread dice are Important
and should be fried In the very best
butter or superlatively good olive oil.
Tall Mall Gazette.
Every child will recive a present
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
in a one act comedy, "The Manager.
SATURDAY NIGHT Mylia North in
a new sketch.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
Change of Picture Program Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday. No extra
George Do you see that pretty girl
In the hammock? Harold Ye. What
of her? George I saved her life last
.rummer. Harold Indeed! At the sea
E'-ore? George No: on the front
Io? h. I proiosed to her and she said
she'd die if she married me, so 1 ex
cused her. Stray Stories.
"Why didn't your boy enter college?"
"He couldn't pass the examination."
"Do they have to pass an examina
tion? I thought all a college boy need
ed was some funny clothes." Pitts
Pillows I never realized till three
years ago why Dobsou was always
preaching patience. Boulsters What
made you realize it then? Pillows I
lent him 10 New York Globe.
Encouragement after censure is as
the sun after a shower. Goethe.
From His Pa's Side.
"She doesn't know where the baby
gets his bad temper."
"That's strange. Most young moth
ers can place that sort of responsibil
ity in a jiffy." Louisville Courier
Journal. Another Definition.
Little Willie Say. pa. what is a co
quette? Pa A coquette, my son, is a
girl who gets more admiration than
Anger begins in folly and ends In
In Our New Store
We are now located in our new building, which
is at the old place, and are carrying
a larger stock of
FOR THE HOLIDAYS
We have many articles in Silver
ware, Jewelry and Watches, suitable
lor Christmas Presents.
507 W. 11th St. Jeweler
SATURDAY IS THE BIG DAY
5c AND 10c STORE
At ten o'clock the doors open and business begins. If you have had the
doubt as to whether you would attend, these bargains should make you deter
mined to come. And besides these special values there are many other reasons.
Just seeing the store and the new goods will be a real treat. Won't you come?
You are invited, whether you intend making any purchases or not.
Our first Special Sale offer is an assortment of mottled gray Enamel ware,
which is on display in our windows. The Greatest Enamel Ware Sale ever
conducted in this part of the country.
16 Quart Rinsing Pan lOc
12 Quart Water Pail lOc
8 Quart Preserving Kettle lOc
Lace Curtain lOc
and many other special values. Tou will have to be present to take advantage
of this special sale.
Remember the Hour 10 o'clock, Saturday, November 26
S Tlxe New 5c
Mountains of Moab.
Most travelers who visit the Holy
Land content themselves with a visit
to that restricted part west of Jordan.
.The mountainous regions of Moab as
seen by them from Jerusalem are lost
in a purple haze that constantly bangs
over them, and' the great stretches be
yond are covered in mystery- This
Is true partly because of the fewer
historical incidents connected with the
eastern regions, but mainly on account
of the great abyss of the Jordan val
ley that has always acted as a barrier.
Few who descend into the valley 1.300
feet below sea level undertake to climb
the hills beyond, which rise to a
height of 3,000 feet. Though its glory
Is far outshone by that of western
Palestine, still, both in the old and the
new dispensations, it has a history of
its own and from an economic stand
point will always enter very largely
Into the life of Palestine-Christian
Victor Hugo's Double.
Victor Huso had a real double in
flesh and blood, who exploited his
physical resemblance to the man of
genius. He cut his beard like Hugo's,
copied the master's dress in its small
est details and so for eighteen years
divided with the master the admira
tion of the public. His especial de
light was to pose in a poetical attitude
In front of a Punch and Judy show.
He did this at a particular spot every
Thursday afternoon for years, thor
oughly enjoying the murmurs of curi
osity and applause proceeding from
the gaping crowd which he deceived.
We do not hear that he reaped any
other reward but his pleasure.
Do not make excuses to yourself for
your failures, but look them squarely
In the face and study bow to avoid
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK,
At Columbus, Nebraska, at the Close of
Business, Aor. 10th, 1910.
Loans and discount 370AM 93
Overdraft, eecurt-d anil nnwcnral. 13.7M1 (11
U. 8. Bond to vecure circulation.... 30.000 00
Honda, Stcnritieti. etc 13.1; Tl
Banking Iioum furniture and fixtures 10.000 U)
Dne from approve! mterre agents... '-6,331 M
ChwkB ond other cn.-h items Vil K!i
Note of other National Bank l.!0 00
Fractional im-trr currency, nickeld
and cents 114 32
Specie 21JG 70
Legal tender noti-H .,b 10 00
Total caoli 27.1K1 70
Redemption fond with U.
8. Treasurer (.". ht cent.
of circulation) 1.500 00
Total $litt.4 6tf
Capital stock paid in S 50.000 00
Surplus fund 30.000 00
Undivided profits, lees expenses and
taxes paid. 2,31 H
National Bank notes outstanding 3U.0U) 00
Individual deposits subject to check 1IM.IW1 1J
Time certificate of deposit U7.",473 7
Cashier's checks outstanding. fc5 00
Total 'J5. ft.
Stato of Nebraska, .
County of Platte. "
I, Daniel Schram. Cashier of the aUivo named
bank, do solemnly swear that the above state
ment is true to the best of my knowledge and
Da.niei. Scunot, Cashier.
Heiimax P. II. Oeuliucu, )
Arnold F. 11. Oeuliucu. Directors.
Joint J. I 'alley. )
Subscribed and sworn to before nw this IStu
day of November, 1910.
W. M. COBNKLICS,
Commission expires January 21. l'JU.
Stato of Nebraska. Platte county, es.: In the
County Court, in and for said county:
In the matter of the estate of Hannah Davis,
deceased, late of said county.
At a session of the County Court for said
county, holden at Uie County Judge's otKro in
Columbus, in said county on the IDth day of
November. A. D.. H'lO, present John Ratterman,
County Jndge. On reading and filing the duly
verified petition of Geo. E. Davis, praying that
letters of administration be issued to Daniel
Schram on the estate of said decedent.
Thereupon, it is ordered that the 10th day of
December. A. D.. 1910, at 2 o'clock p. w.. be
assigned for the hearing of said petition at the
County Judge's office is said county.
And it is further ordered, that due legal notice
be given of the pendency and hearing of said
petition by publication in the Columbus Jour
nal three consecutive weeks
(A true copy of the onler.)
(8eal) JOHN RATTERMAN.
Dated, Columbus, Neb., November "JUt, 191".
trtaJut, Kiacttf C. Cltla
pVEN the most critical
college man cannot
but like our two button
models. They have an
elegance of tailoring and
smartness of style which
will force the attention of
anyone having any ideas
about clever style.
Groceries and Staple Dry Goods
Corner Eleventh and Olive Streets
Our goods are of the best
quality, second to none, and
will be sold only for cash.
Notice our prices in Groceries and
see what a dollar will buy.
18 pounds of Sugar for $1,00
5 lbs of First Class Coffee $1.00
12 Cans of Sweet Corn $1-00
12 Cans Peas $1-00
28 bars ol Lenox Soap $1.00
3 pks Egg-o-see Corn Flakes 25C
Honey, per comb 15c
Cranberries, extra fine, per quart 10c
Dill Pickles, per gal 45c
Sour Pickles, per gal 35c
Sweet Pickles, per doz 10c
Home made Sauerkraut, per gal 30c
A Bread Plate or Salad Dish fee flfl
with 3 lbs of Fine Coffee I UU
One package of Rice with Silver QCn
Plated Spoon ZJb
Best Imported Fat Herring, per doz 5UC
Come in and examine our stock of Dry
(roods. It is now complete and well selected
We have it for ladies, children and men .
in single garments or union suits.
A good line of Cotton and Woolen Blan
kets from 48c to $3.50.
Men's dress and working shins, wont
ing pants, overalls and sweaters, also boys'
A fine selection of Sofa Pillows and Jap
anese drawn work.
Have curtain and roller shades will be
sold at reduced prices.
In Hosiery we have the Armor Plate,
the best made. Try a pair.
A line of
Ladies' Dress Skirts
of fine quality. Come and notice the prices.
Also Ladies' Silk and Laundried Waists.
Now is the season, they will be sold at
200 yards at 5c
Fancy Outing, worth 15c lOc
Dress Outing worth 15c 12 l-2c
"If I had it to do over again, I would boy a
If you are debating as to the choice of a car ask any 1
owner of a Cadillac "Thirty" if he is satisfied with his
Invariably the reply will be: "If I had it to do over
again tomorrow I would buy a Cadillac "Thirty."
And thousands of men who do not own a Cadillac
"Thirty" are saying the same thing saying it to them
selves, or expressing their chargin frankly to others.
The knowledge that the Cadillac "Thirty" surpasses even the
costliest cars in that fineness of measurement in component parts
upon which the operation and life of a motor car are wholly depend
ent, is penetrating to every part of the country.
Owners of the Cadillac "Thirty' and of the other cars of higher
and lower price are learning the vital significance of Cadillac standar
dization. They have learned that the qualities which make for value in a
motar car are long life, efficient service and economy; and that these
qualities exist in the highest degree in the car that is most highly
With 112 parts, accurate to at least one-thousandth of an inch.
and many of those accurate to a half and even a quarter of one-thousandth,
it is becoming obvious to motor car buyers that the Cadillac
"Thirty" standard of fit, harmony and synchronization of parts has
not been attained by any other plant or any other car.
DISCHNER AUTO CO.
J. E. DISCHNER, Proprietor
Agency for Cadillac cars. Auto livery,
Supplies and Repairing.
Corner 13th and M Streets. COLUMBUS, NEBRASKA
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